The Global Threat of New and Reemerging Infectious Diseases: Reconciling U.S. National Security and Public Health Policy

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1.1. Traditional and Human Security: Comparative Aspects6
2.1. Examples of Drug-Resistant Infectious Agents and Percentage of Infections That Are Drug Resistant, by Country or Region20
2.2. Regional HIV/AIDS Statistics and Features, End of 200127
3.1. Provincial HIV Prevalence Estimates: Antenatal Clinic Attendees, 1998–200036
3.2. Projected AIDS Deaths and AIDS Deaths as a Ratio of Non–AIDS Related Deaths, 1999–201537
3.3. HIV-Positive Individuals per 100 Workers by Skill Levels, 1999–201045
3.4. The Impact of AIDS on GDP Growth Rates, 2000– 201547
3.5. HIV Prevalence Rates in Selected Militaries in SubSaharan Africa50
4.1. Laboratory-Confirmed Cases of Nine Foodborne Diseases Under Surveillance in the United States, 200066

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